Travel Photography Photos tagged as sussex_coast
Replaced Belle Tout which was often in fog. It was constructed in 1902 using cable cars.
String of chalk cliffs and dry valleys where the South Downs fall into the English Channel.
Found loads of them above Alfriston in Sussex. Larva feeds on greater bird's foot trefoil. Flies are around for July and August.
A Wealden house described by Octavia Hill (founder of the National Trust) as 'Tiny but beautiful, with orchard and a sweep of lowland river behind it'. The house became the first building to be purchased by the National Trust in 1896. It was probably built in the 1350s.
South Downs, Sussex